WEF’s Great Reset Agenda Continues to Get Significant Pushback From Critics – Bitcoin News

Amid the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, the world’s bureaucrats, financial institutions, multinational corporations, and international organizations started promoting the Great Reset concept, an idea launched by the World Economic Forum (WEF) that claims to bolster a greener and fairer world. A lot of people around the world have voiced their disapproval for the Great Reset concept since it was promoted more in that year than before. To combat misinformation, fact-checkers were sent to social media platforms to check the controversial topic. Today, various people still condemn Great Reset content on social media and chastise the establishment that’s been conveying the message.

The Now-Deleted ‘You’ll Own Nothing, and You’ll Be Happy’ WEF Tweet From 2016

If you follow the news and pay attention to economics and politics, you’ve probably heard about the Great Reset and the phrase “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy.” Many people connect the Great Reset and the phrase to the World Economic Forum (WEF), an independent international organization founded by Klaus Schwab. That’s because WEF tweetedIn November 2016, there were approximately eight predictions about the year 2030.

The tweet and the “You’ll own nothing, and you’ll be happy” quote stems from an opinion editorialIda Auken (Danish MP) wrote it. Then, years later amid the Covid-19 pandemic in 2020, there was a big Great Reset push from the WEF and Schwab published a book called: “Covid-19: The Great Reset.”

WEF's Great Reset Agenda Continues to Get Pushback
This tweet that contained eight predictions about 2030 for the world has been removed.

The concept talks of a stream if political shifts and the creation of an egalitarian, post-Covid 19 world. The WEF is not the only promoter of the Great Reset idea as the 23rd and current prime minister of Canada, Justin Trudeau, has backed the idea and U.S. president Joe Biden has also been accused of endorsing the Great Reset concepts via his “Build Back Better” program.

WEF's Great Reset Agenda Continues to Get Pushback
The screenshot below was an attachment to a WEF tweet it sent as a response to the November 18, 2016, tweet. “The blog series this video is based on is a thought experiment to provoke questions about the future. More context in the author’s note at the end of this blog,” the WEF wrote years later on October 26, 2020.

A website called greatreset.com promoting the idea has caught people’s attention and the publication TIME magazine published a collection of Great Reset editorials that endorse the theme. The WEF founder stated in a June 2020 article that the public sector must join the movement.

“Clearly, the will to build a better society does exist,” Schwab wrote. “We must use it to secure the Great Reset that we so badly need. It will be necessary to have stronger and more powerful governments. But this does not mean that we should push for greater government size. And it will demand private-sector engagement every step of the way,” the WEF founder adds.

WEF's Great Reset Agenda Continues to Get Pushback
TIME magazine’s collection of Great Reset editorials.

The ‘Insane Great Reset’ Disparaged by Critics, Newly Created International Liberty Forum Aims to Push Back Against the Great Reset

To this very day, a great number of people are very much against the WEF’s Great Reset idea, and the subject has been commonplace on social media since the end of 2020. Last year, fact checkers were deployed to social media sites like Twitter, and a Reuters Fact Check report claimed: “The World Economic Forum does not have a stated goal to have people own nothing and be happy by 2030.” Despite statements like these and the establishment fact checkers, many observers believe the Great Reset is a collectivist’s agenda.

Russell Brand is an actor and political activist who spoke about the Great Reset, April 2022. Brand’s Great Reset video got 1.8 million views on Facebook, and approximately 859,864 views on Youtube. It is still a topic of discussion on social media to this day. Matt Gubba (CEO of Bizbritain), a Marlow-based finance broker, is currently on the ground. talkedThe creation of the International Liberty Forum to combat the Great Reset ideas.

“Our fight back against the WEF is underway,” Gubba told his 103,400 Twitter followers on Tuesday. “I’d like to introduce you to the International Liberty Forum. In the weeks ahead, we’ll be hard at work building a platform against the Great Reset. Klaus will also be sent packing. This battle CAN be won.”

Paul Mitchell, Canadian conservative from Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta (a province political party in Canada), claims that central bank digital currencies are part of a Great Reset. “The WEF is pushing to end cash and replace it with Central Bank Digital Currencies (CBDCs) as part of their insane Great Reset,” Mitchell saidSharing a Zerohedge article on a cashless society. “The people in the UK are apparently not cooperating, and are using cash more and more. Canadians should do the same,” Mitchell added.

Sikh For Truth, a futurist told 54,300 of his Twitter followers that the Great Reset is about mass control. “The World Economic Forum and every Government and globalist organizations’ goal is to engineer a ‘Great Reset’ – the result will be a UN-based world government founded on climate hysteria with mass social and digital control,” Sikh For Truth saidThis Wednesday. While many people have called the Great Reset a fascist plan that aims to install a totalitarian global order of elitists, most of today’s media outlets call it a right-wing, anti-vaxxer conspiracy theory.

Google Trends has a significant amount of worldwide interest compared to most queries.

By simply searching using the terms “Great Reset” and “WEF” on Twitter and on other social media websites, the search results will always lead to posts or threads disparaging the great reboot ideas like climate change solutions, stakeholder capitalism, and political globalism. Interest in the Great Reset is staggering as Google Trends (GT) data shows that during the second week of January 2022, the search query “Great Reset” tapped a GT score of 95 out of 100.

At the end of February 2022, for three weeks the search query’s GT score remained at 99-100, and while the term dipped to a 35 in May, the Great Reset subject is on the rise again and the term’s GT score is a 50 this week. GT data began to analyze the Great Reset query in May 2020, as it had less than one score that month. The subject’s search ratings tapped 100 in November 2020 as well, amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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